Friday, April 27, 2007

Ever since September 11th
Terry has tried to shy away
From his nickname
It’s just not funny anymore.

Being known for terror
Wasn’t always so unpatriotic
The nineties were a different time
Not that there wasn’t terrorism
There just wasn’t a war on it.

Back in college
Terry liked his moniker
He had it embroidered
On the back of his Intramural
Disc golf T-shirt

He grew out his JewFro
And always sported a beard
On a dare from his roommate
He wore a real turban
For his driver’s license picture.

It is amazing how many girls
Thought Terry’s terror was sexy
His cynical detachment
And pseudo-bad boy persona
Landed him lady after lady

Being a lifelong tech guru
It only made since that in 1999
Was available at a reasonable price
He started an Ironic political blog.

It was soon after this
He later found out during “questioning”
That the CIA opened a file
On Terry the Hebrew Terrorist
Who wore a turban while driving

In late September 2001
The terrorist bought a plane ticket
Back home to New York
He didn’t know how long he would stay
So he bought it one-way

He never made it to the funeral
The CIA met him at LAX
And put him on a private plane
Complete with complimentary
Hand cuffs and orange jump suit.

Central Intelligence in not known
For their sense of humor
In the mind of fascists
An ironic nickname becomes
A secret criminal alias

After 19 months of “questioning”
At undisclosed locations
Terry had a secret military trial
He was the only American Jew
Convicted under Patriot act.

At his 10 year college reunion
His disc golf buddies laughed
At the tale of alliteration gone wrong
But to Terry the Terrorist
It’s just not funny anymore.


Anonymous said...

i don't know if i should lauth or just shake my head....i like it


billy said...

laugh and shake your head.

Matt said...

I shake my head at your laughing...

Anonymous said...

so billy,

is melissa going to make your "friends site"?

just courious..

also, did you like how i spelled laugh?... i am going to be a good taechar


Billy Brame said...

And I love how you spelled "curious" just now.

(I'm not going to lie I had to look it up to make sure I spelled it right when I mentioned that you spelled it wrong.)

Quite the educators are we.

And the link to Melissa's site is up now.

Anonymous said...

so have you stopped pretending? i miss it.